Garudhiya

garudhiya
DifficultyBeginnerYields1 Serving
Total Time40 minsPrep Time10 minsCook Time30 mins

Ingredients

 1 medium fillet of tuna (boned and cut into about 2 inch chunks)
 1 liters of water
 Salt to taste
 1 onion sliced (optional)
 6 – 8 curry leaves (optional)

Directions

1

Add salt to the water and heat over a low flame

2

When the water starts to steam (not boil) add the tuna and continue to boil over a low flame

3

As the broth cooks, some spume will rise to the surface – scoop these out at regular intervals

4

Keep on simmering on a low flame until there is no more spume

5

Add onion and curry leaves, if desired

6

Continue to simmer for at least 10 more minutes

7

Serve with rice or roshi

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Ingredients

 1 medium fillet of tuna (boned and cut into about 2 inch chunks)
 1 liters of water
 Salt to taste
 1 onion sliced (optional)
 6 – 8 curry leaves (optional)

Directions

1

Add salt to the water and heat over a low flame

2

When the water starts to steam (not boil) add the tuna and continue to boil over a low flame

3

As the broth cooks, some spume will rise to the surface – scoop these out at regular intervals

4

Keep on simmering on a low flame until there is no more spume

5

Add onion and curry leaves, if desired

6

Continue to simmer for at least 10 more minutes

7

Serve with rice or roshi

Garudhiya

3 thoughts on “Garudhiya

  • Mathew raphew

    I’m from Tajikistan. I really liked the dish.

    • I am from Maldives and I eat it once a day and it is best with rice

  • I do cook from time to time and I use reef fish (red snapper) and other type, I don’t like tuna… (from HK)

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